Studio Portrait of Nat CoalsonDesign better interiors using art

Free design guide gives you professional techniques, fresh ideas and invaluable resources

Art not only provides the finishing touches to a space, it goes a long way toward creating the overall mood, because people always look at art!

If you want to say something with your interior design, there’s no better way than with carefully selected—and property installed—visual art works.

I’m here to help you make your interiors shine! I wrote this guide for you; whether you’re an interior designer or an art lover decorating your own home, the professional tips in this guide will help you use art to its best effect.

Subscribe now and get this free PDF loaded with essential tips and techniques you can use to make designing with art easier, more fun and more successful:

mixing-matching-covercheckmarkUsing colour to create mood in a room

checkmarkWhy shapes, lines and aspect ratios feel the way they do

checkmarkUsing proportioning systems to guide your design choices

checkmarkWhy abstract art works so well in contemporary interiors

checkmarkIdeas for framing and finishing

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The PDF is also packed with links to online resources you’ll use time and time again.

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“In working with Nat, his ability to see the world in a wonderfully unique manner and to capture it through his lens becomes quickly obvious. His innate sense of color, composition and lighting combined with his technical knowledge of the camera produce incredible works of art.  The final touch of genius is seen in his presentation and placement of the pieces so that their statements of beauty and drama can be most fully appreciated.”
–Andrea H. Wildman, IDS Assoc., Andrea Wildman Interiors, Colorado, USA

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